Robots Unlimited: Life in a Virtual Age

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@Book{Levy:2005:ru,
  author =       "David Levy",
  title =        "Robots Unlimited: Life in a Virtual Age",
  publisher =    "A K Peters/CRC Press",
  year =         "2005",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  isbn13 =       "978-1568812397",
  URL =          "http://www.amazon.co.uk/Robots-Unlimited-Life-Virtual-Age/dp/1568812396",
  abstract =     "Consider this: Robots will one day be able to write
                 poetry and prose so touching that it will make men
                 weep; compose dozens or even hundreds of symphonies
                 that will rival the work of Mozart; judge a court case
                 with absolute impartiality and fairness; or even
                 converse with the natural ease of your best friend.
                 Robots will one day be so life-like that a human could
                 fall in love and marry one. Thought provoking and
                 controversial? Certainly. Far-fetched? Not at all.
                 David Levy presents the history of Artificial
                 Intelligence, considers recent developments, and
                 speculates about the future of AI. A complete
                 bibliography is available here.",
  notes =        "Several mentions of GP",
  size =         "466 pages",
}

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